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Back to School: How to Keep Your Kids Healthy This School Year

As our kids head back to school and the wet, rainy Seattle weather returns, it can seem hard to keep your kids healthy. But there are things you can do to help keep yourself and your children healthy this school year. 1. Hand Washing Wash your hands! Making sure that your kids wash their hands […]

Project Homeless Connect offers help for those in need

A “Stand Down” resource event for veterans was part of Project Homeless Connect. Coordinator John Gross said most were requesting help with housing or “access to services they don't even know about.” Counselors from Community Health Center of Snohomish County were available...

Lynnwood Clinic to open Medical Walk-In

Community Health Center of Snohomish County will be opening their first Medical Walk-In at the Lynnwood Clinic on Tuesday, May 26th. The Walk-In will be available to anyone with medical needs. Dental Walk-In services are also available at the Lynnwood Clinic.

Health District to host Mother’s Day Tea May 8

Pregnant women and mothers of young children are invited to a Mother’s Day Tea from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, May 8, at the Snohomish Health District, 3020 Rucker Ave., Everett.

Spring Into Health : Cleaning Up Your Body, Your Diet, and Your Fitness

The spring season is one of the most exciting times of year. Everywhere you look, new life is being born, plants are growing, flowers blooming, and houses are getting a good spring cleaning! But during this season where everyone is ready to clear out old socks, unread books, and cluttered messes, or to clean up […]

Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month: Why You Should Have a Colonoscopy Screening

It’s March yet again, and this means that it’s also colorectal cancer awareness month. If you’re like most people in the United States, you’ll duck your head and do everything you can to avoid getting a colonoscopy or colon cancer screening. However, colorectal cancer is one of the biggest causes of cancer-related death in the […]

6 Wintertime Tips for Family Fitness

The holiday season has come and gone, and its now time to tackle those new years resolutions. For many people, losing weight is on the top of their list. Diet changes and more exercise are the most common resolutions. While it’s relatively simple to trade mac n’ cheese for grilled chicken and steamed veggies, many […]

Open Enrollment Is Ending Soon — Are You Enrolled?

Are you still in need of health insurance for yourself or your family? Individual coverage opportunities to enroll in a health plan will be ending soon! The open enrollment period to buy coverage occurs each year, from November 15 – February 15. You have the opportunity to find insurance through the Washington Health Benefit Exchange […]

Healthy Eating For a Better Quality of Life

Part of our job here at Community Health Center of Snohomish County is to help our patients and members of the community learn about how to eat a healthy diet, with plenty of good nutrition. With everything that people see on the media about foods, diets, and weight loss, it’s important to actually discuss your […]

Flu Vaccines: Why They’re So Important as Winter Arrives

Our shorter days, cool nights, and rainy afternoons can only mean one thing—fall has arrived! And with it, we are already beginning to see the first indications of influenza (flu) season. By getting a flu vaccine for yourself and for the members of your family, you can help prevent flu-related illnesses this fall and winter. […]
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